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 I remember seeing this one under construction about the time I was building my Cozy IV.  N654EZ    http://www.aviationdb.com/Aviation/Aircraft/6/N654EZ.shtm    Builder built some interesting intakes and I took a pic (#4).  He lost his medical and had to sell.  It was well built and has had a nice cockpit upgrade since those days.  I copied the gray paint and his nose-shape on the EZ I built.  🙂    I figure a good EZ can be had for $40-45K then add $20K in avionics so the price seems ambitious.

GORGEOUS 2006 LONG-EZ • $79,000 • FOR SALE  A Once in a lifetime opportunity to buy 1 of the BEST Long-EZ's in the USA! She has an IO-320-B1A, Dual EFII Electronic Ignition, ALL NEW Avionics, 2020 Compliant, Dual Axis AP, VP-X Electronic Circuit Breakers, 10.4" & 4.3" GRT EFIS, Trig TT-22 Trans, Trig TY-91 VHF Radio, VAL NAV-2KR, Garmin 430 WAAS, PS Eng PMA 8000BTi Audio Panel, Tosten Military Style Grip, Dual AHRS, ARTEX ELT 345, 700 TT, Leather Seats, 2" Wider & Longer than Standard Long-EZ, AveoFlash Ultra LED Wingtip Lights, Koger Sun Shade, Baggage Pods, Oversized Canopy, Matco Brakes. Gorgeous, Very Fast & Fuel Efficient! • VISIT MY WEBSITE • Contact Bill Earlywine, Owner - located Oxnard, CA USA • Telephone: 805-669-8870 • Posted April 9, 2019

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-Kent
Cozy IV N13AM-750 hrs, Long-EZ-85 hrs and sold

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I remember seeing this one at Rough River.  Gorgeous airplane!  

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Steve Velovsek built that airplane (who happened to be Wayne Hicks' hangar mate).  I recall seeing his airplane just months/weeks away from first flight and being utterly impressed.   Dug up these old pictures from 2005.  Gorgeous airplane is right!

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Jon Matcho :busy:
Canard Zone Developer & Builder
Rebuilding Quickie Tri-Q200 N479E
Building Cozy Mark IV+ (widened rear)

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This is a little more like it :  An older EZ, N3223P, (you can tell by the P-51 scoop) but priced about right.  http://www.aviationdb.com/Aviation/Aircraft/3/N3223P.shtm    I am not a fan of the silver paint, though.  It seems to add about 15 deg to the skin temperature  https://www.canardzone.com/forums/topic/31195-its-been-12-years-since-someone-started-a-can-i-paint-it-x-thread/?do=findComment&comment=59015    I suppose the surface temp will stay below the Tg but why heat up a plastic airplane?  See p. 12 here  http://www.cozybuilders.org/Oshkosh_Presentations/2006_EpoxyDoDonts.pdf

 

LONG EZ 0-320, FRESH INSP. • $39,900 • FOR SALE  LONG EZ O-320-B2B FRESH COND INSP • $39,900 • O-320, +/-330hrs smoh, (Compression: 79,75,68,70). VFR, MGL Xtreme EFIS, MGL V6 Radio/Intercom, IFLY 720 GPS w/ panel mount, Dual Tosten Stick Grips, Aveo Powerburst LED lights, New ignition switch, B&C Spin-on Oil Filter, Jack Wilhelmson Heavy Duty Nose Gear w/auto exten, Roncz Canard, Armpit scoops, Heated seats, Bag/pods, 3-blade prop, Hershey spinner, Ram Air, complete plans, logs & newsletters, canopy cover. Beautiful, real head turner. Serious inquiries only! • Contact Ray D. Brown, Mt. View, AR (7M2)• Telephone: 870-615-1964. • Contact Ray D. Brown, Owner - located Mountain View, AR USA • Telephone: 8706151964 . 870-213-8657 • Posted April 11, 2019

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-Kent
Cozy IV N13AM-750 hrs, Long-EZ-85 hrs and sold

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Very unique!  Looks like a good starting place for a sim cockpit.  I sure wouldn't want to be in the air in it!

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This EZ today N367MS  "Magnificent Seven"!   https://registry.faa.gov/AircraftInquiry/NNum_Results.aspx?NNumbertxt=N367ms      LONG EZ  AVAILABLE FOR IMMEDIATE SALE  Long EZ N367MS 0-320 powered nose gear 170/180 knot cruise • Contact William R. Oertel, Owner - located Norco, CA USA • Telephone: 951 751-8627 . 951 738-8300 • Posted April 17, 2019

The second airplane Oertel is selling recently.  Good chance to compare them.

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-Kent
Cozy IV N13AM-750 hrs, Long-EZ-85 hrs and sold

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This EZ today N795BT.  A basic airplane but looks OK.  Being sold by the builder.  No pics but the video is pretty good.

2011 LONG EZ, O-235, 144 HRS • $24,900 • FOR SALE  Located in Huntington, IN. Email for pics, specs and videos. • Contact Brett D. Gerber, Owner - located Columbia City, IN USA • Telephone: 260-494-4570 • Posted April 19, 2019

Youtube:  https://youtu.be/7nM1A2mUosk

https://www.regosearch.com/aircraft/us/795BT

 


-Kent
Cozy IV N13AM-750 hrs, Long-EZ-85 hrs and sold

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A flying Long-EZ for $25k... This looks like an excellent deal in NC... this one still available?  For an extra $10k it could have new upholstery, new G3X panel, ADS-B.... wow.... I should have bought instead of built!!

https://raleigh.craigslist.org/avo/d/stovall-rutan-long-ez-aircraft/6845577979.html

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Andrew Anunson

I work underground and I play in the sky... no problem

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1 minute ago, macleodm3 said:

wow.... I should have bought instead of built!!

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But where would be the fun in that?

OK, this is a potentially very good deal. Once my airplane is done (on Tuesday) picking up an airframe like this and upgrading it could be a fun next project!


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Good catch.  For reference, the EZ above is N675JL   https://registry.faa.gov/aircraftinquiry/NNum_Results.aspx?NNumbertxt=675JL  Being sold by the builder's son, it appears.

I know of two EZs near me that are languishing.  One is almost new, has been sitting nearly four years.  The builder is a friend but he didn't even finish Phase I.  I talk to him a lot and say "Let's get that baby back in the air" but so far, no go.  Another EZ was bought by a biz-jet pilot, I flew him over to the western part of the state to see it.  It was a pretty good airplane but non-flying after the builder/owner died, the biz-jet pilot trucked it home 4-5 years ago but has never flown it.    Last I heard, he was trying to get someone to put it together and get it flying for him.    People!  😞


-Kent
Cozy IV N13AM-750 hrs, Long-EZ-85 hrs and sold

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Hopefully I'll be editing this space with some details soon, but a friend of mine from my time in Quebec is selling his beautiful Cozy III, C-GDSB. He had a few ads up for a while, but mostly in French-language or Canadian/Quebec specific publications. All I can remember off the top of my head is that it's got an O-320, Catto 3 blade with nickel leading edges, dual EFIS/EMS.

I'd buy it myself, but I need every spare cent to get my Cozy IV build done, and I'm afraid that my wife will definitely enforce her threatened "Plane to Pony ratio" if I get a third plane!

More to follow.

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Nice clean Vari today  N112EZ  https://flightaware.com/resources/registration/N112EZ   Only 136 TT?  OK, here is a question for the kids:  He is showing 170 on the Ipad and 125 KIAS at 7300' on the instruments.  Assuming about 0 deg. C at that altitude, how much tailwind component?  🙂   

Question 2 for extra credit:  He says she'll do 165 MPH w no wheel pants.  True or false?

RUTAN MODEL 33 VARI-EZE • $24,500 • FOR SALE  Vari-Eze S/N 43 N112EZ - 136TTAF, C85-12 with 328 SMOH, 700 man-hour refit & paint Oct 2018 includes Carb & Mags by RLB, balanced controls, Belleville shimmy damp, new Saber prop ext., clean wing attach w/ new 4130 plugs, teflon hinge kit, -4 rod ends, push-pull eng controls, canopy strut, Hookers, elec speed brake, new panel, Becker com/intercom, LEMO, Ram, Stratus ADS-B/AHRS, ELT, ADS-B out & MODE-C exempt 91.215(B)3 & 91.225(E), Compliance with most Canard Pusher mods. 661 empty, 1110 MGTOW, 165 MPH TAS w/ no wheel pants, tall pilot friendly, flight tested great, Pristine documentation. • Contact Joseph D. Dougherty, Owner - located Wheaton, IL USA • Telephone: 630-292-1139 • Posted April 22, 2019

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-Kent
Cozy IV N13AM-750 hrs, Long-EZ-85 hrs and sold

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No takers on the quiz, eh?      Just posted: this Quickie north of Atlanta   https://atlanta.craigslist.org/nat/avo/d/demorest-new-quickie-airplane-kit/6873120820.html   More pics in the ad.

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This is a new complete Quickie airplane kit that comes with everything you need to put it together completely minus the covering and a few other small parts! It comes with clear plexiglass canopy, fuselage, wheels, tires, tubes, propeller with mount, throttle control wires with handle, styrofoam for wings, landing gear, exhaust pipes, fresh new Onan original engine still bolted to bottom of crate it came in, assembly videos with manuals, monthly newsletters which contain tons of examples and information from other builders/owners from 1985-1993(3 full binders of Quickie monthly newsletters) This airplane won all types of awards at Osh Kosh and Sun N Fun air shows and is a fast little airplane with little fuel burn! It was designed by a famous aircraft designer so it is a very well designed airplane! Get your self up and flying for the low cost of $3,500 which is only the cost of the engine! It’s like your getting the rest for free!

Bonus feature:  Interesting discussion of a Super Quickie with a Rotax 503.  52 hp versus the 18 hp Onan.  http://jdfinley.com/file-downloads/quickie-aircraft-documents/   Alternatively, you could try the jet version but that one has had mixed results.     https://youtu.be/QnJBMYC8ReA  Nah, I think I will let this one pass me by.  🙂00808_9xocXLPOx8y_1200x900.jpg  

 

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-Kent
Cozy IV N13AM-750 hrs, Long-EZ-85 hrs and sold

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Get your self up and flying for the low cost of $3,500 which is only the cost of the engine! It’s like your getting the rest for free!

Now that is funny!

Clean plans are available at www.quickheads.com  I much more like the idea of running a Rotax on this, but Onan's were the standard for the original Quickies way back.


Jon Matcho :busy:
Canard Zone Developer & Builder
Rebuilding Quickie Tri-Q200 N479E
Building Cozy Mark IV+ (widened rear)

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